Isle of Man Pairs 2020-2021
Entries for this competition (including the fee of £10 per pair) are now open to all players registered with the IOMBSA and will close at 7.30pm on Sunday 20th December. Entries will not be accepted without the entry fee or after the scheduled closing time. The pair’s format is as follows: Pairs will play knockout rounds over a best of 5 frame match throughout. Pairs will decide before each match which of them shall be “Player A” and “Player B” and in a match, each player will play one frame against the other players in the opposing team; frames 1-2 and 4-5 (if required). Player “A” from one team will play player “B” in frame one and vice versa for frame two. The third frame in each match will involve players in each team playing a doubles frame with each player taking alternate turns. If the match score after these three frames is 3-0, the match is over. Should the match require a fourth frame, both Player “A”s will play each other and in the event of a deciding frame, this will be between both Player “B”s. For the individual frames, full league handicaps will be used and for frame three, the handicaps will be the sum of the two player’s handicaps added together and halved. The semi-finals and final will be held at St Olaves and Peel respectively on March 18th and 25th.
Entry forms should be displayed in clubs; however, this is up to the club captains. We will accept TRANSFERS this season to the IOMBSA account, Account No: 12755729. Sort Code: 55-91-00, please put your name and the event you are entering as the reference. Entries can also be paid at The Cue Zone or entries can be posted to Darryl Hill, Competition Secretary, Thie Ny Chibbyr, Glen Road, Colby, IM9 4HW. Please note that entries WILL NOT be accepted by e-mail. Completed entry forms and fees can also be given to any member of the Committee. Please note this season every player wishing to enter tournaments must submit one data protection form which can be downloaded from the association website at www.iom2011leaguerepublic.com under documents. Players do not need to submit one form with every tournament entry just one with the first entry. Please provide an e-mail address where possible so that draws and further competition news can then be sent directly if you don't already receive e-mails from the competition secretary
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